What typical restaurants, food delivery services, and/or takeout options are popular among expatriates?

You can get most cuisines in Vilnius. Mexican food is lacking, but you can go out for great meals and great prices. Wolt is also awesome, they deliver for 1-3 Euros. - Oct 2019


We don't eat out much, but there are a million pizza places and coffee shops, sandwiches, subway, restaurants from low to high-end. The only cuisine I haven't found a satisfactory outlet for yet is Chinese, but I have only tried a few. - Mar 2017


Lots of great restaurants. Without alcohol, you have lots of lunch options for 5 euros and lots of dinner options for 10-15 euros. Lithuanian food is available everywhere. In terms of international cuisine -- good burgers, pizza, some okay Indian and Asian-fusion, a couple fast-food sushi spots. One good Mexican restaurant but it's more expensive than other places so saved for special occasions. Take-out is almost always offered. There is a delivery service for groceries, not sure about prepared foods. No Starbucks, but they have several local chains with coffee-to-go. - Mar 2017


There is a wonderful array of restaurants at very affordable prices. They are a bit lacking in authentic cuisines of the Asian persuasion, though, and I haven't found great burritos anywhere yet. - Aug 2015


McDonald's, KFC, Pizza Hut...a smidgen more expensive than in the US. - Jun 2013


KFC, McDonald's and Pizza Hut are here as well as the local "Cili" chain and take-out kebab places. There is a Mexican restaurant run by Mexicans and an Indian restaurant run by Indians. You can also find sushi, French, Belgian, Russian, Ukrainian and Chinese food. None of it will wow foodies, but all are okay for when you've had enough traditional Lithuanian fare. - Feb 2011


McDonald's, KFC, tons of pizza places. There are delicious restaurants all over town. - May 2009


There are 5 McDonald's in Vilnius, but you need to drive 60 miles to a Pizza Hut or KFC in Kaunas (the 2nd city). - Nov 2008


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